Reversing Biodiversity Loss News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme


Cairngorms Connect tree nursery at RSPB Abernethy reserve in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland.

Notes from the Cairngorms Connect Tree Nursery: Just a volunteer?

Kate has long been a part of the Tree Nursery at RSPB Abernethy Reserve in the Cairngorms Connect restoration landscape.…

1st June 2023

New paper underlines the importance of wildlife comeback as a climate change solution

Animals play a critical role in the global carbon cycle. A new paper shows how enabling the recovery of wildlife…

20th April 2023

New reef created for 30,000 oysters in the Solent

Foundations for the largest restoration reef in the Solent were laid as part of the Solent Seascape Project – a…

13th April 2023

First-ever Scottish wildcat release approved in the Cairngorms Connect landscape

NatureScot has approved a licence application from the Saving Wildcats partnership to release wildcats (Felis silvestris) in the Cairngorms Connect…

29th March 2023

View looking into Coire Garbhlach, Glenfeshie, Scotland.

Endangered Landscapes Programme Annual Review 2022

The Endangered Landscapes Programme is working towards a future in which landscapes and seascapes support healthy ecosystems with flourishing populations…

28th February 2023

Pelican on water.

Ongoing lake restoration efforts benefit pelicans and people in the Danube Delta

The Danube Delta is one of Europe’s largest and most important wetlands. Efforts by the Rewilding Ukraine team to restore…

10th February 2023